14 May, 2018
A straight-faced and stern Ford tells the young star to "get out of my chair", drawing big laughs.
Alden Ehrenreich, the titular star of Solo: A Star Wars Story, was in the middle of an interview with Entertainment Tonight when a door opened behind Ehrenreich and in walked the OG Solo himself, Harrison Ford, along with Solo director Ron Howard. But since Ford had missed the big premiere, it was a surprising and exciting gesture for Ehrenreich to see him during the interview.
'He said if anyone asks tell them I told you everything you need to know and that you're not allowed to say a word, ' he says.
At the end of the day, two things can be true at once, and to his credit, Alden Ehrenreich has also said that Harrison Ford was "supportive" and that it was "just cool" to eat lunch with the famous actor.
"I think the first time I experienced that was in my screen test for the role", Ehrenreich told us. And then gives him a hug.
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"Oh my God, that is awesome", says a clearly surprised Ehrenreich.
'I was just in the neighborhood, ' Ford says.
Although Ford does not make a cameo in Solo, he has been active in the making of the film including mentoring the actor stepping into his iconic role.
"Solo: A Star Wars Story" went through a complicated production, but based on first reactions from critics who saw the movie Thursday night, the movie exceeds expectations. And today I was doing an interview where they were talking about is there anything else you'd like to ask him?' Ehrenreich said in a press conference Saturday. "I should get back to writing, Jesus what have I typed", he concludes".
The official Star Wars Twitter account also shared some photographic snaps that reveal Ford and Ehrenreich having a private conversation away from the cameras, which seems to suggest this was much more than simply Ford making a "moment" for the cameras-he looks genuinely interested in chatting with Ehrenreich.